Hawaiians and Native Americans (Crossing East)




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Published on Oct 28, 2007

From the late 1700s through the 1800s, the fur trade on the Pacific Rim brought Hawaiians to the Northwest Coast of North America. Today, their legacy remains through city and landscape names, through the forts and trails they built, and through the memories of their descendants.

This flash movie was created as part of the Crossing East Asian American history series which won the 2006 Peabody award and ran on 230 public radio stations. For more info go to crossingeast.org.

Credits: Clark Salisbury, Sara Kolbet and Dmae Roberts


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